Terravita has always been one of the leading powerhouses in the electronic music game. The trio of bass crazy musicians will be returning to Denver to bring their out of control style to Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom this Thursday, January 21. Terravita loves Colorado and throws an epic banger of a party each and every time they visit our wonderful state, absolutely blowing peoples minds with mind shattering synths coupled with as much bass as can possibly be handled by a venue’s sound system. Terravita has been working on their craft for nearly a decade, shifting the flavors of their mega bass hits as the eras of electronic music fluctuate. Ebbing and flowing at will between heavy Dubstep, Trap, Hip-Hop infused beats and everything across the spectrum, Terravita really knows how to hit their fans sweet spot. Their newest EP, entitled Pirate Bass, continues that tradition of reality bending tracks that are pumped full of exploding rhythms that bring the heat up in any room almost instantly. They are professional hurricane creators and every venue they perform at is quickly swept up in a ruckus that refuses to die down until they vacate the stage.
Terravita is not only adept at whipping their crowds into a frenzy, they also know how to excel in the studio. Whether they are generating original tracks and remixes or collaborating with some of EDM’s most notorious producers, Terravita consistently churns out brilliant pieces of music that you can’t help but head bang to. Their peers and collaborators have only the best things to say about their abilities as musicians and they prove that every time they hit the stage. Terravita is continuing to do big things, crushing music festivals wherever they go and becoming the first resident of Safe In Sound festival, which is a huge achievement for any artist. Terravita continues to return to Colorado for the powerful vibe that its crowds produce. This will certainly not be their last run in Colorado but it’s promising to be one of the most impressive yet. Get your tickets to Terravita and Cervantes now at www.cervantesmasterpiece.com for $10 in advance and $15 the day of the show.